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Fri Mar 23
at Centre Spring Invitational
in Wesley Chapel, Fla. (Saddlebrook Resort)
Sat Mar 24
at Centre Spring Invitational 3rd Place
in Wesley Chapel, Fla. (Saddlebrook Resort)
Sun Apr 08
at Sewanee Spring Invitational 7th Place
in Dickson, Tenn. (Greystone Golf Club)
Mon Apr 09
at Sewanee Spring Invitational 7th Place
in Dickson, Tenn. (Greystone Golf Club)
Sat Apr 14
11 a.m.
at Wooster Spring Invitational 1st Place
in Jeromesville, Ohio (Mohican Hills Golf Club)
Sun Apr 15
Round 2 Cancelled
at Wooster Spring Invitational 1st Place
in Jeromesville, Ohio (Mohican Hills Golf Club)
Fri Apr 27
9:15 a.m.
at NCAC Championship T-3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
Sat Apr 28
1 p.m.
at NCAC Championship 3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
Sun Apr 29
9:30 a.m.
at NCAC Championship 3rd Place
in Mansfield, Ohio (Westbrook Country Club)
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DU logs fourth place NCAC finish

Brynn FitzGerald placed third overall at this year's NCAC Championship Series.
Brynn FitzGerald placed third overall at this year's NCAC Championship Series.

Led once again by first-year standout Brynn FitzGerald, the Big Red women's golf team completed the 72-hole North Coast Athletic Conference Championship Series in fourth-place as a team with 1,379 strokes.  At this weekend's NCAC Invitational, hosted by Ohio Wesleyan, DU also finished fourth with a team score of 690.

FitzGerald would lead Denison with a third-place overall finish in the series standings.  At this weekend's tournament she finished in a tie for fourth-place after rounds of 82 and 78.  FitzGerald earns first-team All-NCAC honors thanks to her 318 total.

Following FitzGerald on Sunday at Oakhaven Golf Course was Stacey Adams who fired an 86 on Sunday.  That lifted her to a tie for 13th place in the NCAC Invitational standings.  Overall she placed 14th in the series standings after rounds of 89, 84, 89, and 86.

Following Adams' total by just two strokes in the series standings was sophomore Amanda Castle.  She carded rounds of 93, 82, 86 and 89 on Sunday.  First-year Rebecca Rabb rounded out Denison's scoring with her 87 on Sunday.  That landed her in a tie for 20th overall.

As a team, Denison's 1,379 stroke total was an 84 stroke improvement over last year's fourth-place finish.